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Hi all, my wife and I both have the Ultimate. We are both on 1.03. huge drift issues. I've talked to 3 different reps now. Apparently they are out of stock on the new version. And no time frame. They offered me a credit of 262 usd to use on the store per controller, less then what I paid. There is nothing I want on the store. So I'm kind of at a loss here. I don't know what to do. The tournament is out also How did you guys get it? So no firmware update, no controller . 500 credit to use on what? I just want two working controllers. On top of it, support has been not easy to work with. Can anyone lend a hand? Does Razer watch these forums? What else can I do? Do I need to take it apart and fix it myself?????
Ordered my Raiju Ultimate on the 29th January, unaware of any wireless latency issues. I guess I got lucky, since they posted this on the 28th. /note-regarding-the-razer-raiju-ultimate-and-tournament-edition.46534/ Not sure if my firmware is the latest, but I'm not experiencing any lag on wireless, or any stick drift at all. There is one thing I have a problem with though, why does the 3.5mm port not work when it's on wireless? Feels like a marketing issue to get people to purchase the Thresher Ultimate for the bluetooth. Although it's kinda working and I am planning to get it, I'm here to find out if there's any workaround for this. Don't want to spend $420 on a headset just to find out that there's another method to use the 3.5mm port. Google isn't helping. Options would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I received my Raiju on Thursday from Amazon and during the first day of use, I was having all kinds of issues. Random movement, drifting, and severe lag. It had v 1.1 firmware installed. I downloaded v1.3 installer, finally found a windows computer I could use, and installed the new firmware. Anyway, with the new firmware installed, my issues seem to have disappeared. I played for 3 hours last night and nothing seem to go wrong. PS - I still think the iPhone/Android App needs to handle the firmware updates for the controller. Almost every other device I own that has an app and needs updates, does it through the app.
After installing v1.3 firmware and thinking even was fixed, I started playing a comp match in Overwatch. About 3 minutes in, the controller went haywire. It was like it had a mind of its own. Really sad because I like this controller, but I don’t trust it now. I guess I’ll rebuy it in the future and hope I get a newer model.
Hi, Id like to say upfront I only tested the controller on Fortnite on a PS4 Pro. I felt it’s most noticeable on a game that requires fast input and it wouldn’t be of much use using it on a turn based or single player rpg as it doesn’t always provide you with the correct feedback. WIRELESS V1.01 I played with the controller for about 7 hours on the 1.01 version which it came out of the box with which was a god awful experience both wireless and wired. The input lag was unbearable ( half a second at times ) tho I didn’t get any stick drift but it might not have been noticeable due to the insane input lag. WIRED V1.01 Wired started out great but as time went by over the course of 3-4 hours the stick drift appeared every 30 seconds and it would litterally move across the screen on its own. WIRED Beta V1.02 So I moved on to the beta.. let me go ahead and say everything is better. The stick drift on wired has all but disappeared, there’s no noticeable input lag on wired. The stick drif
On almost device I own that has an associated iPhone app, the App itself checks for firmware updates for the connected device and updates as appropriate. It’s absurd to require us to have a Windows PC to perform firmware updates on a device that I am going to use exclusively on a PS4 console.
So i had the same problems as everyone else with my controller from start, and updating it just made it worse. few days ago i got so mad after getting killed in blackout because of the drift that i simply pushed down the right stick and blew my life into the controller, and i also pulled and pushed the sticks up and down in the socket. Havent had any drift since then, my guess is that there is somekind of dust inside from production, making the sensors inside the controller go wild? This worked for me, and i hope that is working for at least some of you. 1. push down the sticks and blow hard into the sockets 2. pull and push the sticks in/out of the sockets ( i was mad so i did it really hard, be careful :D ) Hope it helps! Edit: i did not have the beta firmware installed
Hello everyone, first of all sorry for my english So, i have Razer Raiju Ultimate since 2 or 3 month now and update it since Wednesday 12/12. I've played Fortnite most of the time with this controller and here's my view on the Firmware 1.02 : With the Firmware 1.01 my issues was drift on both sticks right and left and input lag in wired moments and with was in Bloothooth PS4 mode and ALSO in USB mode With the Beta Firmware 1.02 i don't know if it's because i want it to be fix badly but it feels WORST with this firmware to a point that i asked myself if it's not better to downgrade my controller again. The imput lag is more present in USB and the drift is so existing that i can barrely play Fortnite with this controller anymore. I know that it's not you Moderators fault, but Razer should speak more offten with this. We all feel lost and it feels like this issue will never be fixed. So if you people have the same issues that mine, we should all ask for Razer to act or something
Kind of a long story. So last week i decided to put my controller through the rma process. I bought the controller since october last year via the razer eu store . It was stick drifting right out of the box, also had input lag. My L1 button didn't always register. Tried every firmware update i could find, but none of them seem to hold out for long. Usually the stick drift would return after a couple of days. So i finally returned it. Despite all the stories ive read about people who returned their raiju ultimate controller 6 times, and still have the same problems. I decided to take my chances. It arrived yesterday, and it works great ! No input lag, no more stick drift. Not on Bluetooth as usb. It works as intended. The firmware that was on it is the 1.04. Seems to me that's a new one. Anyways, my advice if you have the same problems as me, rma it. It's worth it. Tldr: rma my raiju ultimate, new replacement works great.
I believe there is closed thread somewhere here, but it was before Ace Combat 7 arrived... This beautiful game could be enhanced with a Razer (chroma, obviously) HOTAS compatible thrice for XBox, PS4 and PC. This would be the ultimate peripheral I would buy. A good middle player (between thrustmaster and Logitec(Saitek)) could be FlashFire and its Cobra's Hotas. Doing a partnership with them could be a good way to enter the market, as their price are slightly better than the two other, with a similar quality. If other would go for a hotas (even for elite dangerous, star citizen, and other VR games), answer the poll above !
I bought the wolverine ultimate and it’s so far great apart from in party’s it makes a buzzing noise I can’t hear loud enough to miss foot steps out on siege and be a general annoyance. I’ve searched around and only found one person with the same problem and no one answered him. It’s a wired only controller and is buzzing because it’s wired what sense does that make? Help please.
Guys, last question from me When I use wired mode it’s much comfortable than wireless(less issues), but I am really afraid that playing only wired can damaged the gamepads battery. So isn’t it? Or i can playing it every time safely and no need to worry about it? Sry for stupid questions and my “perfectly” English ♂️
Hey, I just contact with guarantee office in Russia and ask if change my Raiju te to new one help some one to get normal product without issues, and do you know what they says? They say No! All of this gamepads are broken and it’s better to get refund. Great! I am already spend my money to buy wireless headsets to play with Raiju te. Thank you razer, it was absolutely terrifying experience with your company and the last product I ever buy from you!
I recently got a Wolverine TE for use with my PC running windows 7. I must've accidentally disconnected it before it finished or something to the effect, because the drivers weren't installed at all, and i can't find them manually either. Are the drivers up online, or is there another fix for this? Thanks in advance!
I have tried multiple adapters to get the raiju TE working on the switch. I know it's a PS4 controller, but I primarily play on switch, so if I can't get it working, I'll have to return it and look into other options (which, I love the controller, and would rather not obviously). Anyone been able to get one working on switch and if so, what did you use?
A lot of us, have either lost the original cable or broke it. I've come up with a few solutions that I thought I'd share. Option 1: Modify a cable, by making it thinner and allowing the proper clearance to fit in. Two cables I have successfully modded are an Oem Xbox One cable, and a cable from my Asus Nexus 7 tablet. Option 2: Find a thin cable, that has enough clearance to just fit in there. I found success with a "RavPower" cable. Option 3: Contact Razer Support (DO NOT USE THE CHAT ONE, its horrible), and ask them nicely to send a replacement. I was able to pull this off, where they sent me a replacement free of charge. This means may require proof of purchase of course. * * * TO BE CONTINUED * * *
im running firmware 1.01 ? on my razer ultimate but im having the problem that steering to the left reacts much slower than to the right ( left thumbstick) i have also drifting issues. im running the controller only in wired mode on a ps4 im looking for a new firmware every week once but never find a new one is this problem still in work ? otherwise i must think over returning my controller back to the vendor does the razer tournament have the same problems with drifting and slow reactions ? what is the actual firmware and where to download this beta firmware ?
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